World Toilet Day - November 19th
Sun Nov 19th

World Toilet Day

Every year on November 19th, the world commemorates World Toilet Day. It's not a day to use bathroom humor, and there is no laughing matter. This day is designed to tackle the global sanitation crisis and draw attention to those in need of sanitation.

Human waste products are responsible for deadly diseases. Toilets may seem to be a basic necessity, but they save lives. Toilets are provided by toilets, which is a human right. Without sanitation, it's almost impossible to get out of poverty.

By 2030, one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals is to ensure water for all by 2030. 4.2 billion people around the world today don't have access to properly managed sanitation. This is more than half of the global population. At least 2 billion people drink drinking water that has been contaminated with human feces. Inadequate sanitation causes an estimated 432,000 diarrheal deaths each year. Around 670 million people around the world are being encouraged to practice open defiance. Toilets not only help people maintain their dignity, but they also help individuals maintain their dignity.

Some cities are unlivable due to a lack of toilets and a sanitation system. This includes Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital. There are very few public restrooms in the city. The majority of them don't work or are unusable. Many toilet-making businesses are trying to find solutions for cities like Dhaka to solve their sanitation problems on this awareness day. Separett, a Swedish company, is working on a waterless toilet system to benefit people from around the world. Villages in Nepal's Majhi no longer have to resort to open defecation in fields and ponds around their house, thanks to World Toilet Day's alert.

How to celebrate #worldtoiletday

If you're like most people, you probably take your toilet for granted. Have you ever wondered what your life would be like without it? This is a good day to consider how different your life would be without sanitation. Another way to participate is to contribute to an organization that distributes sanitary toilets to households in developing countries. Habitat for Humanity is one of the Habitat for Humanity charities. Help spread the word about this day by posting #WorldToiletDay on social media.

History of the world toilet day has dominated world toilet day celebrations

On November 19th, 2001, the World Toilet Organization was established. On the same day, they held their first World Toilet Summit. They established World Toilet Day during the summit. Their aim was to crack the deadlock on the global sanitation crisis. The United Nations adopted a resolution titled "Sanitation for All" on July 24, 2013. The United Nations encouraged Member States to implement measures to improve access to sanitation for the poor. The United Nations encouraged Member States to introduce measures to improve access to sanitation for the poor. The resolution also called for an end to open defecation. In 2013, World Toilet Day was officially recognized as a UN day. The following are the most popular themes for World Toilet Day:

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  • 2018: When Nature Calls
  • 2017: Wastewater
  • Toilets and Jobs in 2016: Toilets and Jobs, Toilets and Jobs
  • 2015: Toilets and Diete, 2015: Toilets and Diete